The Church of Neuroscience

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The Church of Neuroscience

Post by SashaGallagher » Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:07 am

This link is to the Church of Neuroscience website. The Church of Neuroscience is a Church that uses FDA non-approved Sacraments. The W.H.O. (World Health Organization) has approved the use of Etizolam, and says it is more safe than Xanax (it is related to Xanax), but the FDA has not approved it. So it exists in a grey area where anyone in America is allowed to buy it, or sell it, or trade it, or give it away, you are just not supposed to sell it to people for them to eat it. But this Church has won cases allowing them to sell these things as Religious Sacraments.

Things used as Sacraments are:

Which is Tianeptine. This can be used to treat asthma, but it has many modes of action in the brain. It works at the Mu- and Delta-Opiod receptors in the brain, meaning it can treat pain or opiate addiction. But it also works as an SSRI, which means it is similar to a common anti-Depressant. Doctors think that it will have future application as a pain killer for the elderly and in other people who don't need things slowing them down.

Which is Prolintane. This works on your Norepinepherine receptors like common ADD medication, and it has an AMAZING safety record. It has a better Safety record than caffeine and has been used to increase motivation or counteract dementia.

Which is 5-MAPB. 5-MAPB is related to 6-APB. These are Phenethylamines, which have historically been used in relationship therapy or dancing, and they are known to release Serotonin and Oxytocin. It is also possible to have slight visuals, for example, walls breathing or colors being brighter, or shapes forming and breaking apart on the carpet.

Which is Etizolam. It is prescribed in other countries in place of Xanax because it does not make you black out, but does give you anti-Anxiety effects. In America it is not prescribed, but there are no specific laws against it. And in a religious context, it is legal to use. They are even mass produced and come in blister packs.

Which is MXE. MXE has been reported to be helpful in cases of Ketamine addiction, and for people who need an Anti-Depressant but do not want an SSRI, it acts on the NMDA receptor. Ketamine has been shown to promote Neurogensis, which means the creation of New Brain Cells, but tests have not been done with MXE as far as I know. Ketamine and MXE are not structurally related, only medicinally related.

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Re: The Church of Neuroscience

Post by Flapjack » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:43 pm

That's really weird. It just seems like a dumb way to get high.

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